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    I help people with varying abilities at a day services. We have a kiln and have been given some ceramic moulds. Some of the people have issues with thier hands and I was trying to think of a way to help with the pouring. I was thinking along the lines of small funnels but think the hole may get clogged up quickly.

    Could anyone help me with this?

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    Not sure there is an easy way. The studio I used to use had a large vat with a petrol pump style handle which made it easier but they did huge volumes and still had to clean through regularly as it can settle and cause blockages.

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